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Part of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). Delivering research in the NHS across all disease areas.
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 11
Read Caroline Nicholson's top tips for early career researchers in this blog which includes making use of organisations like the NIHR and your personal and professional networks to support your work.
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 11
What research questions would you like answers to? Visit the NIHR website to submit a suggested research question:
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 9
Be involved in research by letting your patients know how to participate in research. Our ‘Be Part of Research’ website enables patients and members of the public to find relevant ways to get involved in research.
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 9
Congratulations and for recruiting their first participants to the study.
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 8
Are you interested in research but don’t know where to begin? All Trusts across Kent, Surrey and Sussex have research departments who will be able to help you discover what research is taking place.
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 7
The NIHR has launched a new campaign which gives health and care professionals an opportunity to learn more about the research that can directly impact their everyday work and ways they can take their first or next step in their research career.
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 7
Do you want to know more about clinical research? Our free online course ‘Improving Healthcare Through Clinical Research’ starts today. Go to to sign up and find out how medical treatments are discovered, tested and evaluated.
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 4
launches today and we are encouraging all healthcare professionals to find out about research taking place at their Trust. Follow and , and find out more on the NIHR website
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 1
Research starts with one small idea about how we can improve the care we give
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Royal Surrey Research and Development Team Oct 1
We’re here to support you blaze that trail ... come & speak to a member of the team about your research ideas
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NIHRCRN_kss Oct 1
We are at conference today. If you are an AHP and interested in, or already working in research come to talk to us about how we can help.
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NIHRCRN_kss Sep 23
The deadline for applications for the CREST award has been extended to 23:59 on Friday 27 September 2019. Don't miss out, apply today! The award is for individual surgeons and teams that have made the greatest contribution in recruitment to the NIHR cancer trials portfolio.
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NIHRCRN_kss Sep 20
are holding a workshop on NIHR Research programmes on Wed 2 Oct. Learn about and get tips for your health & social care application!
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Time For Dementia 🍊 Sep 20
Change of plan to our tweet below, interview will now be on Newshour on on DAB radio or at 1pm or 8pm tomorrow.
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Time For Dementia 🍊 Sep 19
Tune into tomorrow at 2pm. As part of the launch of world report will talk of her experiences of , and why is so important.
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Ruth Hulbert Sep 19
Introducing 3 of our brand new Research Champions: Valeria, Gerrie & Lianne. So much enthusiasm and some fab ideas to make a positive difference in Looking forward to sharing the journey with you all! 😊
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NIHRCRN_kss Sep 19
External peer reviewers help the NIHR at every stage of the research process. Find out more about the role of NIHR external peer reviewers and register your interest on the NIHR website
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WSHTresearch Sep 18
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MCH Research Sep 18
All set for our Research Awareness day
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NIHRCRN_kss Sep 18
Great to see Patient Research Ambassadors talking to patients, members of the public and staff about their role and why being involved in research is important
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